Presenting Your Film Before and After

This workshop is eligible for use of SkillsFuture Credit

2 sessions / 2.5 hours per session

The physical production of a film – whether a short or a feature – is a laborious logistical process. However, it is extremely important to think about the life of a film before and after the production process.

This intimate workshop will look at practical aspects to consider in the “before and after” of a film. This is very often where the fate of a film is decided – whether it lives a long and fruitful life, or fades into obscurity prematurely.

This workshop is suitable for both film professionals interested in a producer’s role, and aspiring filmmakers with a short film idea or in development. Topics touched upon will include putting together customised pitch packages for each project, film festival strategies, avenues for distribution, and the roles of the producer throughout the process.

COURSE OVERVIEW

• Understanding Your Film and Audience
• Pitch Package – Oral and Written
• Film Festival Strategy
• Distribution Avenues

Workshop fee:  S$120 

SCHEDULE

Dates:
3 Aug & 10 Aug 2017, 7.30pm to 10pm (2 sessions)

Instructor: Lai Weijie (View Profile)

Sessions:
#1  3 Aug, Thur, 7.30pm – 10pm
#2  10 Aug, Thur, 7.30pm – 10pm

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